Jean Lobell

Senior Fellow, CRE

Jean partners with clients on leadership and organizational development, talent management, strategic planning, board governance and culture change engagements. A seasoned executive coach and action learning facilitator, she has successfully guided leaders and managers in improving leadership and management competencies and developing high performing organizations. Jean oversees practice development, thought leadership, and continuous learning efforts. Before joining CRE, she led an independent consulting practice, AcXEL International, Ltd., was Vice President and Director of Corporate Training and Executive Development at Deutsche Bank and was Human Resources Manager for an international division at JPMorganChase. She has served on the Board of the United Way of NYC, chaired the Board of the Asian American Federation, co-founded and chaired the Board of FAHSI (Filipino American Human Services Inc.), and sat on the Board of APICHA (Asian Pacific Islander Coalition for HIV-AIDS). Jean is certified in the Clark Wilson Group: 360° Feedback Surveys, the Hogan Personality Assessment Inventory, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and Action Learning facilitation, and trained in the Enneagram Personality Inventory. She has a Ph.D in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, an M.A. in Social Psychology from the University of Minnesota, and a B.A. in Psychology and Journalism from St. Joseph’s College, Manila, Philippines.

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